Don't-Miss Encryption Stories
VMware's goal is to make it easier for administrators to control what apps and resources mobile users can access
A German Enigma machine, also up for auction, sold for $269,000.
The company's software applies a strict regime of rules over who can open a file
Lack of encryption and other security issues found in home automation hubs could facilitate burglary, stalking and spying
After more than a year of drama, the popular encryption software gets a mostly clean bill of health.
For sites that can't support HTTPS, Firefox now supports a simpler option.
The organization's current proposal is to reject future CNNIC-issued certificates, but to trust existing ones
EFF said the GitHub attack reinforces the case for using HTTPS
Microsoft revoked trust in an intermediate CA certificate that was used to issue unauthorized certificates for Google websites
The scare of a second Heartbleed was unjustified
Encrypted storage on a stick is expensive, so consider security method as well before you buy. We test examples of each approach.
He tried to alert the company in January, but the company never got his emails, and later suspended his Microsoft account
Another look at the impact of the FREAK flaw has turned up some surprising findings among RSAA encryption.
Forget biometrics, Yahoo wants to kill the password with text messages.
The company hopes to have it in action by year end